About 5Rhythms Dance
5Rhythms Dance is a simple yet profound movement practice which encourages freedom and fluidity in our dance and in our lives. You are invited to let your body move finding your unique dance guided by the 5Rhythms of Flowing, Staccato, Chaos, Lyrical and Stillness. Each rhythm offers us its gifts when we surrender to the dance. Sometimes we get to the magical space where our dance becomes a body prayer and we are no longer dancing but being danced.
No dance experience is needed – just a willingness to dive into your own unique dance. Wear comfortable clothing that allows easy movement and bring plenty of water to drink. Please be on time as a respect to the space and other dancers, and we can save our catch ups for after the session to make the most of our dance time.
For full details of all 5Rhythms events in New Zealand, visit their main website: 5rhythms.co.nz.
Online Classes with Sacha
Due to our current stay-at-home time, Sacha is teaching regular live online classes so you can join from wherever you are.
The classes will be run on Zoom, this can be accessed from a computer, phone or i-Pad. If you have the choice, a computer is best for sound and ability to see and interact with the dance group. See the registration link below.
Sunday mornings – 10.30am – 11.45am
Arrive from 10.30am to get settled, and video and sound sorted, dance begins at 10.45am.
What Do I Need?
- Computer, ipad or phone with a good internet connection
- Space to dance, on your own or with others in your household. Make the space as free of distractions as you can, turn off your phone and emails.
- Wear clothes you can move in.
- Water to drink.
How Do I Join the Class?
Register in advance for the classes once we have processed you’re registration and payment you will then receive a zoom link by email for the class on Sunday morning.
Payment is on a sliding scale – suggested amount is $10- $20 per class.
If you find yourself in real financial difficulties during this time, please pay what you can, if anything, to join us. You are always welcome.
What do others say?
“It was great fun. I loved the freedom to move my body.”
Want to know more? Here is an article about Sacha by the NZ Herald – Dance Like No One’s Watching >